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THE GtAYTON NEWS, n Tí IS IS Kilburn & Edmondson Ready-to-Wear 1 IB I if Entire Stock of our Ladies and Children's . Ready-to-Wear now on sale at 1-4 and 1-3 Reduction ' S This is on goods purchased on a low market and still reduced 1-3. Also ii many extra Bargains in Men's ware will be given. IS Sale Begins Saturday, July 9 and Ends July 23 y Ti i Ti 15 Tí IS B 15 Tí 15 fl 15 0 n SI I a i Ladies' Suits 1-3 HEDUCTION $25.00 Suits, on salo ..$10.07 532.50 Suits, on sale 21.07 $35.00 Suits, on sale 23.34 $0.00 Suits, on sale 20.63 ?(!0.00 Suits, on sale 40.00 ALL ON SALE 1-3 OFF Ladies' Coats 1-3 HEDUCTION $12.50 Goats, on sale $ 8.34 15.00 Goats, on sale 10.00 ?lfi.50 Goats, on sale 11.00 $22.50 Coats, on sale 15.00 ?30.00 Goats, on sale 20.00 All on sale Ladies' Dresses . 1-1 HEDUCTION These Are Heal Values 9.50 Drosses, on sate 0.31 $12.50 Dresses, on salo 8.35 $18.50 Drcssos, on sale 12.34 $22.50 Dresses, on salo 15.00 ALL DUESSES ON SALE Ladies' Hats 1-2 PRICE We have a big assortment, and how is jour opportunity to get Hats at the lowest prices In town. Sec them before you buy. ALL HATS GO AT 1-2 PRICE CHILDREN'S DRESSES, ALL ON SALE, 1-3 OFF Prlee 85c up to $C00 LADIES' WAISTS, niG AS SORTMENT ON SALE 1-3 Off 84c up to $8-34 LADIES' HOSE ALL ON SALE SILK AND COTTON 1-4 OFF ALL CHILDREN'S HOSE ON SALE Tft GO AT 1-i OFF LADIES' 'KNIT UNDERWEAR ON SALE " AT 1-3 OFF Men's Summer Undeiwear 1 Lot $1.19 1 Lot 1.39 1 Lot II. V. D. Style, Special $1.19 tho Suit Men's Suit Sale 33 1-3 Off. We will sell during this Stile 100 Men's Suits at 1-3 Off. v GUARANTEED to bo the biggest bargain ever offered. Now on Sale,' Prices 5:75 up to $39.75, on Salo Men's Caps One Big Assortment on Sale at 1-3 OFF SKiOO Caps $Ui' $1.50 Caps . 1.00 $1.00 Caps . .C7 .75 Caps .50 .50 Caps M FINE REVIVAL AT THE HUBOSE , .METHODIST CHURCH The revival at the Dulloso Meth odist Church still continues with increasing interest at each service Evangelist Armstrong is at his hesU Every sermon lias been full uf in terest and power. There- have been a number of conversions. Good con gregations have been present, even in the worst weather. Remember, thoro are services oaoh day at 10 a. m. and at 8 p. m. Sunday will bo n great day at this church. Wo tako pleasure in inviting everybody to attend tins church. The rich and the poor alike aro welcome at our church, ion do not have to wear fine clothes to bo at home with us. To tho people- who are members or who have been members of f ho Southern Methodist Church and to all we say "Come thou with us and we will do thee good." L. E. CONKIN, Pastor. JUST ANOTHER DRUBBING GIVEN CLAYTON TEAM PUBLIC LUNCHEON "BASEBALL IS GAMBLING IF YOU GIVE PRIME." BOWMAN Otto did the I rick this time. Tho bunch of husky ball tossers from tho Otto community camo over to Clay ton last Sunday and showed the town boys thai they know some thing about the great national gamo of baseball. Tho worst of it was Ihat Ihoy were so persistent in a thorough demonstration, and befnro the game was over they had piled up 10 scores to Clayton's 5. Of course some of tho hoys had their alibis, but wo haven't. Wo aro just going I to say that the Olio boys outplayed us, and that revenge will bo swoot when it comes. According to a spec talon's vorsion, Mus was Iho best game played on tho local grounds if only guest prizos aro given, but this year. The Clayton team is now, tho players before they can be drag It's a sad, sad tale, matey. Baseball comes within tins scone of the toothed anti-gambling law passed by tho fifth legislature "if played for anything of value." Attorney General Harry S. Bow man says so in an opinion (o Justice of tho Peace 11. M. Parsons, Roswcll. His idea is that baseball contains sufficient "element "of chanco" to bring the sport within tho moaning of tho law. Mr. Uowman also confirms the impression that bridge, whist and olhcr card games played at private homes for prizes nro taboo under tho law. Ho says thoy aro unlawful NEW HIGH SCHOOL TO BE ERECTED AT GRENVILLE down to hard practice and making every preparation to give a good account of tliomselves from now on. Tho game Sunday will bo between Clayton and Toxline, at -Tcxline. On Wednesday evening of this weok tho first luncheon was given by the Methodist Ladies' Aid for the. general public. During the course of the evening about fifty partook of tho dolicaeios of homo cooking. Tho evening was spent very informally. Mon. women and children camo and went away Just as they chose. Yob, Uioy ate just whal thoy chose also. This was the first luncheon of its kind to bo given in tho basomnnt of tho church, but it will not ho tho last. One ovoning of Christian fel lowship combined with tho bounties of the homo kitchen call for a see ond. Tho ladies feel quite hopeful, especially when success crowned Ihoir of forts so soon after the Fourth of July, and they promise to supply Hie public with a belter luncheon on Wednesday evoning. July 201 h. Tho Methodist Ladios are loyal to their church and this is their altompt to make their ohuroh loval to tho community by answer ing one of the primary needs of the community. J. A. Mcintosh of Mosquero, was in Clayton yostorday, attending to business mat tors. ' Mrs. A. B. Sohlplerbock of Amistad was ahonnintr in Clayton, Thursday. She was accompanied by her son and daughter-in-law of Tulsa, Okla., who are sponaing mo summor iiore. II. C. Farbor rotufnod Wodnesday from Mulvane, Kans., whero he at tended a family reunion. Harry says that ho onjoyed himself extremely well wilh tho exception of tho so ciabilily or tho cluggors and boos, which took an especial liking to turn. FIRE DESTROYS TEAL HOME W. A. Teal had tho rnisforluno of having Ii is homo dostroyed by fire on Monday night. The houso caught fire during tho absence of the fam lly, from a stovo, and it was imnns sible to put the fire out before the house was enlirely ruined. ged off to tho "jusgado" must havo guilty knowledge that thoy are play ing for prizes or something of value. WOMEN'S AUXILIARY OF THE AMERICAN LEGION MEETS 0 f Gronville, July 0. At a recent meeting of the local board of educa tion tho contract was let for tho new addition to the local high school building to H. C. Proman, the cost to bo ovor $20,000. Tho new slruo- turo will be built of brick and con crete and will bo ono of tho best in this part of tho slato when com pleted. Many of tho boosters of tho city uro now doing all in thoir powor to get a new sc-nooi building, in addi lion lo the one which is now in use, and indications aro that tho city will soon boast of a new high school building which will bo a credit lo this community. GEO. WADE & CO. SEND UP ONE BIG BALLOON RICKARD FIGURES FIGHT PROFIT AT HALF MILLION Tho lasl meeting of the Women's Auxiliary of tho Amorioan Legion, was at tho home of Mrs. C. C. Cald well, with a largo attendance Four new members woru. added to tho Auxiliary: Mrs. Laudol, Mrs. Sam Gray, and Mrs. Dan Guyer and dauRhtor. Lillian. Tho noxt meeting will he new ai tho homo of Mrs. Chaffee, July 10, in tho afternoon, and all mombors and all thoso intoroaled in this work aro urged lo be prosont. L. J. Gusslor. prosidont of the Gronvillo bank, was transacting business horo Thursday. ltob Hamblen and Bernard Laudut took their wives over on Red Rivor this morning, whore thny will spend a couple- of woeks, fishing. Mrs. E. S. Long, of Thomas, spont Wednesday In Clayton, shopping and visiting old friends. Mrs. W. H. Hollingeworlh and son of Thomas, were visiting and shop ping in the Hub, Wednesday. Thoy report orops are fine in their com munity. M. P. Mealy, ot Mosquero, was looking aflor business in Clayton on Thursday. M. M. Loo and son Robt. wore vis Hots in Iho county seat, Thursday, Robert is one of the unfortunate boys in tho late -war, losing an arm Ho has been taking vocational iram ing in DenvQr, and Is now spending a row days with His parents near Grenvillo. Mrs. B. B. Clark and Miss Bertha Clark of Carthage, Mo., are visiting their daughter and sister, Mrs. m. a Py!e, of Burnelte, and all made a pleasant trip lo Ulaytojn, weanos day. New York, July 5. Tex Rickant figures that bis net nrofil fivn the Dompsey-Carpenticr fight wo'dd-bo in the neighborhood of $550,000. V Ho said that expenses of all kinds would approximate $950,000, and taxes on his share 100,000, while ino gross gale recoipts were oxpeoled to exceed $1,000,000. It is figured that Dompsoy got in tho neighborhood of $29,000 por min ute for his ton minutes and sixteen seconds of actual fighting. Carpon ticr's profits as tho loser in tlio con tost woro approximately $19,500 per minute. Total government proceeds from the bout will total moro than $500,000, rovenuo officials estimate. The income tax will tako about 8100,000 of the $300,000 earned by Dempsey and $77,000 of Carpcntier's George II. Wado & Co. havo tried share. Fedoral rovenuo from tho several evenings to send up their balloons, without success, but on Thursday, thoy siiccecdod in gotting ono up. The ascension was a de cided succoss, and brought its re ward to Frederick Shoror, who cap tured tho parac-huto and the 20 now nickels. Go lo the Dixie Store for Bar gains in all kinds of Notions. E. L. Roncan, Prop. A. L. Tarlton and Mrs. Edith M. llurloy; county agent and county domonstratqr, loft on Tuesday evon- ing s train for lAlbuquorquo, whero thoy will attend a mooting of the county agents, and demonstration agonts of tho state. Orron Gentry and wifo( of Okla homa City, spent sovoral days this week visiting with Mr. and Mrs. w. M. Gentry. Thoy loft on Tuoeday for Colorado Springs, Colo., and woro accompanied by Mrs. Gentry and daughter, Dove. Mr. and Mrs. John Knox wero up from thoir ranoh in tho south part of tho county on Thursday. Nick Zahm of Cone, was trading wilh Clayton morchanls one day this weok. sale of tickets will amount to about $100,000. , Ticket sellors who resold the pasto, boards are taxed 50 per cont of thoir profits by tho government. Tho siaio oí iew jersey, miner nruvi- sions of tho boxing law, also collects 10 por cont of tho gate receipts. Carpcntior must pay his ontire tax to the United States beforo sailing, and ho is likely to face nnolhor very stringent income tax on arrival in Franoe. By actual count, thoro woro 823 roportors and telegraphers in the Iwo press sections of the arana. More than one hundred wires, including telegraph, cable and telephone, were used to carry the news to tho world. Mr. A. L. Atohlay and family of Paterson, were buying supplies for Ihoir ranoh, Thursday. Cecil Pierce and wife arrived here last evening from Liberal, Kans. They will accompany Mrs. Pjre's mother, Mrs. lion Cash, to Trinidad, whero she will undergo an operation. T. J.'Hetaan of M Clayton yesterday. fpT.lheJ)Ody of Hen: Hoiman says that e oounlry is busy in hauWBL-iww. riiMfifi affair 'B.Jffftct fStoftédy i his Misses Elizabeth a miohael of Dunean,,1 hnrn the latter nasi off visit with their unqje, $ son.